'Medina County Fair 2013'
People-watching is a favorite pastime of horses.
But people don’t always watch themselves around horses.
That can be dangerous for the animals and humans, according to Heather Raw, who is responsible for six horses brought to the Medina County Fair from Walnut Ridge Farms in Sharon Township.
Heather Raw, of Sharon Township, pets her horse, Rex, and …Read More
The Junior Fair Horse and Pony Show at the Medina County Fair was missing one of its competitors Tuesday.
At about 9:45 p.m. Monday — less than 12 hours before the show was scheduled to begin — Rango, a 9-year-old quarter-horse, was hit by a truck and killed in front of the animal’s trainer.
The accident occurred …Read More
Terri Wise lets children pet a tortoise at the Medina County Fair on Tuesday. She said tortoises are faster than most people expect, and they are different from turtles because tortoises aren’t aquatic. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY NICK GLUNT)
Mojo, a young ring-tailed lemur, clings Tuesday to Wise, its owner. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY NICK GLUNT)
Hunter, a 3-year-old German shorthaired pointer, jumps after a ball thrown by Mark Matteson, of North Royalton, during a practice session for the Dock Dogs competition Monday at the Fair. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY JUDD SMERGLIA)
Matthew Paffumi, 5, of Medina flies through the air on the Sky High Bungy at the Medina County Fair …Read More
Brittany Fischer, left, and Eric Fisher of Elyria cheer after their cousin Richard Webb of Brunswick wins sub-compact division at the Medina County Fair. (JUDD SMERGLIA)
Medina's Dan Thomas takes a hit from Wellington's Scott Peto in the stock division at the Medina County Fair.
Richard Webb of Brunswick, right, hits the car of Lodi’s Wendy Wilkinson in the Sub-compact division of the 80s & Newer Demolition Derby. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY JUDD SMERGLIA)
Matthew Doyle | The Gazette
MEDINA — Bill Marrett wasn’t the fan favorite on Monday night at the 80’s and Newer Demolition Derby, but he left the 2013 …Read More
Marty Naumilket, left, and Mark Cereshko discuss the engine of a car to be used by a team from LifeSpring Community Church in the Demolition Derby at the Medina County Fair. The men, members of the men’s ministry at the church, got together Wednesday to work on a new paint job and make sure …Read More
Caleb Parker and Emily Howard were named 2013’s Medina County Fair king and queen Monday night. Parker will be a senior at Medina High School and Howard attends the University of Akron. Six young women and two young men from around the county competed for the titles, which grant the winners a …Read More
Monday, Veterans Day
Jr. Fair Swine Show, Swine Arena
Jr. Fair Horse/Pony Show, Horse Arena
Jr. Fair Rabbit Show, Building 40
Hay Show, Building 5
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Free Health Screenings, Pavilion
1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Veteran’s Displays and Entertainment
3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Jr, Fair Birthday Cake Decorating Demo, Building 12
Our Zoo to You animal show, Entertainment …Read More
Anna Stallard, 13, of Seville, brushes “Mama,” a 2-year-old American Fuzzy Lop rabbit Sunday in preparation for the Medina County Fair. (GAZETTE PHOTO BY KIERA MANION-FISCHER)
The 168th Medina County Fair opens today with something old and something even older: Civil War re-enactors and sushi.
Fair board President Conrad Haneberg was driving up North Court Street …Read More
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